Cisco is an ex-rock star, famous in the 1960s, whose life and career has been a mess because of drugs. Now with a pregnant girlfriend he has a chance to start a new life. A corrupt cop, Leo Holland, blackmails Cisco to sell marijuana for him. Cisco has one weekend to sell it to his friends.
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Did You Know?
The soundtrack for this movie actually features four Kristofferson songs. Three of those tracks, "Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)," "The Pilgrim: Chapter 33," and "Breakdown (A Long Way from Home)," all from his (now legendary) album "The Silver Tongued Devil and I" which was released in 1971, the year prior to this film's release. See more
Crew with black pants and red shirt reflected in the brown station wagon, 26 minutes into the movie, after Cisco's montage of selling the packages. He meets a guy at a housing construction site. See more
The kids take it hard when you left?
I imagine. Ah, screw it, man. I'm gonna' provide for them when we make it. I'm gonna' give 'em half my share. Besides, I got some accident money left.
I got in a car wreck and sustained some heavy "brain damage". That's the easiest one to pull now. Whiplash don't work no more. Broke a leg once. But brain damage, man, that's the easiest one. Ten thousand, just like that. I'm lucky like that, man. Things happen to me.
The Pilgrim: Chapter 33
Written and Performed by Kris Kristofferson See more